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Split: Half-Day Blue Lagoon, Shipwreck, and Trogir Boat Tour181 Reviews
Visit the Blue Lagoon and enjoy the crystal clear water of the Adriatic on a boat trip from Split. Stop in Trogir, relax on a Gray Line private beach, and go swimming and snorkeling around a shipwreck.
- Explore islands and bays on a speedboat cruise from Split
- Swim in clear turquoise waters of Blue Lagoon
- Take a walk through the beautiful town of Trogir
- Discover rich underwater life by snorkeling
DescriptionDiscover the underwater world at the Blue Lagoon, Trogir Bay, and visit the tranquil village of Solta-Maslinica. Travel aboard a spacious and comfortable speedboat and stay hydrated with complimentary water. Hop aboard a speedboat for a perfect half-day summer getaway. After a 30-minute ride on a speedboat, arrive at the Blue Lagoon. Explore this shallow lagoon on the southeastern side of Drvenik island has a seafloor of sand and crushed shells that produce mesmerizing blue. Soak up some sun, swim, and snorkel before continuing to the charming village of Maslinica for a few more activities here. Last but not least. Trogir is referred to as Little Venice. The surrounding channels, which are actually sinking, have been standing there since the Greeks colonized this coastline 2,400 years ago. UNESCO-protected since 1997, this charming little old-town island is a perfect story to end your day together. Finish the day with a boat ride back to Split.
IncludesTransportation in a speedboat Captain and crew Snorkeling equipment Insurance
- Keep in mind refunds will not be issued if the tour is missed due to late or non-arrival This tour requires a minimum of 8 people to take place In the event of bad weather or rough sea conditions, the tour may be canceled for the benefit of all passengers. In this case, you'll be offered to reschedule or receive a full refund
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
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